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Outside Business Activity Compliance Solutions

Simplify the outside business activity declaration process for your employees. Our Outside Business Activity product keeps compliance in the know on all pertinent outside employee activity.

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Easy Declarations

  • Employees quickly and easily declare their outside business interests via configurable forms you define within STAR.
  • Document and monitor the most common and critical outside employee business interests, including board-level roles and directorships.
  • Document family members or connected individuals working at other financial firms, as well as charitable donations.

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ACCELERATE DECISIONS ON OBA
Pre-Clearance

  • Employees quickly and easily submit external business declarations and pre-clearance requests.
  • Customize wording and supplement forms with your own questions. 
  • Leverage decision-making data from systems across your business—like HR and order-management—with easy integrations into STAR.
  • With an active record of employee OBA, potential conflicts can more easily be detected and managed.
You can also pre-clear with the following STAR products:
Personal Trading, Gifts & Entertainment
, Outside Activity, Political Donations

PROVE YOUR REGULATORY RIGOR
Certifications & Attestations

  • Collate employee data at regular intervals into certifications and attestations. Employees can flag inaccuracies or report anything that's been missed.
  • Push out information, such as the latest firm policies and regulations, so employees can confirm they've read and understand them.
  • >Provide further proof your business is doing everything in its power to detect and prevent conflicts of interest.

This feature is also available with the following STAR products:
Personal Trading,  Private Investments

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A 360 DEGREE VIEW OF ACTIVITY
Reporting & Analytics

  • 100+ reports pre-loaded into the STAR software.
  • Useful visualizations make data easy to interpret.
  • Generate and distribute reports automatically.
  • Design and build your own, custom reports.

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